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  1. just looking for a starting point i guess. If i was to have a decent quality side art scan I could photoshop a marquee and CP out of it. You have anything like the example i provided in the first post. Thanks for your help.
  2. Hello all, I am building my first cabinet and am searching for matching side art, marquee and control panel. Is there anywhere on this site or FTP where this sort of thing is located? I've attached an example of what i am looking for. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  3. Looking to donate, but receiving an error........ help

  4. sorry about that...... will take note for next time.
  5. I am new to the scene and just collecting as much as i can. I am hoping to figure out how the "Genres" work so i can categorize all the systems into different groups. IE: working, testing ........ i would keep the broken systems in an encyclopedia tab just for reference. Sometimes the wheel videos are good enough to get that nostalgic feeling.
  6. Revised List - 180 systems (+2 : xbmc & jukebox). Running on hyperspin 1.4 <menu> <game name="MAME" /> <game name="AAE" /> <game name="Acorn Archimedes" /> <game name="Acorn Atom" /> <game name="Acorn BBC Micro" /> <game name="Acorn Electron" /> <game name="Android" /> <game name="Amstrad GX4000" /> <game name="Amstrad CPC" /> <game name="American Laser Games" /> <game name="APF Imagination Machine" /> <game name="Apple I" /> <game name="Apple II" /> <game name="Apple IIGS" /> <game name="Atari 2600" /> <game name="Atari 5200" /> <game name="Atari 7800" /> <game name="Atari 8-Bit" /> <game name="Atari Falcon" /> <game name="Atari Jaguar" /> <game name="Atari Lynx" /> <game name="Atari ST" /> <game name="Atari XEGS" /> <game name="Bally Astrocade" /> <game name="Bandai Super Vision 8000" /> <game name="Bandai WonderSwan Color" /> <game name="Bandai WonderSwan" /> <game name="Big Fish Games" /> <game name="Creatronic Mega Duck" /> <game name="Capcom Play System" /> <game name="Capcom Play System II" /> <game name="Capcom Play System III" /> <game name="Casio Loopy" /> <game name="Casio PV-1000" /> <game name="Casio PV-2000" /> <game name="Cave" /> <game name="Coleco Adam" /> <game name="Colecovision" /> <game name="Commodore 64" /> <game name="Commodore Amiga CD32" /> <game name="Commodore Amiga" /> <game name="Commodore CDTV" /> <game name="Commodore MAX Machine" /> <game name="Commodore VIC-20" /> <game name="Creatronic Mega Duck" /> <game name="DICE" /> <game name="Daphne" /> <game name="Data East Classics" /> <game name="Doujin Soft" /> <game name="Dragon Data Dragon" /> <game name="EACA EG2000 Colour Genie" /> <game name="Entex Adventurevision" /> <game name="Emerson Arcadia 2001" /> <game name="Epoch Super Cassette Vision" /> <game name="Epoch Game Pocket Computer" /> <game name="Exelvision EXL 100" /> <game name="Exidy Sorcerer" /> <game name="Fairchild Channel F" /> <game name="Final Burn Alpha" /> <game name="Flash Games" /> <game name="Frets on Fire" /> <game name="Fujitsu FM Towns" /> <game name="Fujitsu FM-7" /> <game name="Funtech Super Acan" /> <game name="GCE Vectrex" /> <game name="GamePark 32" /> <game name="GOG" /> <game name="Hartung Game Master" /> <game name="Interton VC 4000" /> <game name="Irem Classics" /> <game name="Jukebox" /> <game name="Jupiter Ace" /> <game name="Konami Classics" /> <game name="Konami e-AMUSEMENT" /> <game name="Mattel Intellivision" /> <game name="Mattel Aquarius" /> <game name="Magnavox Odyssey" /> <game name="Magnavox Odyssey 2" /> <game name="Magnavox Odyssey 300" /> <game name="Matra and Hachette Alice" /> <game name="Memotech MTX" /> <game name="MFME" /> <game name="Microsoft MS-DOS" /> <game name="Microsoft MSX" /> <game name="Microsoft MSX2" /> <game name="Microsoft MSX2+" /> <game name="Microsoft MSX Turbo-R" /> <game name="Midway Classics" /> <game name="MUGEN" /> <game name="Namco System 22" /> <game name="Namco Classics" /> <game name="Nintendo 64" /> <game name="Nintendo 64DD" /> <game name="Nintendo DS" /> <game name="Nintendo Game and Watch" /> <game name="Nintendo 3DS" /> <game name="Nintendo Entertainment System" /> <game name="Nintendo Famicom Disk System" /> <game name="Nintendo Famicom" /> <game name="Nintendo Game Boy" /> <game name="Nintendo Game Boy Color" /> <game name="Nintendo Game Boy Advance" /> <game name="Nintendo Gamecube" /> <game name="Nintendo Pokemon Mini" /> <game name="Nintendo Super Famicom" /> <game name="Nintendo Virtual Boy" /> <game name="Nintendo Wii"/> <game name="Nintendo WiiWare" /> <game name="Nintendo Arcade Systems" /> <game name="Super Nintendo Entertainment System" /> <game name="NEC PC Engine" /> <game name="NEC PC Engine-CD" /> <game name="NEC PC-8801" /> <game name="NEC PC-9801" /> <game name="NEC PC-FX" /> <game name="NEC SuperGrafx" /> <game name="NEC TurboGrafx-CD" /> <game name="NEC TurboGrafx-16" /> <game name="OpenBOR" /> <game name="PC Games" /> <game name="Philips VG 5000"/> <game name="Philips Videopac Plus G7400"/> <game name="Philips CD-i"/> <game name="SNK Neo Geo" /> <game name="SNK Neo Geo AES" /> <game name="SNK Neo Geo MVS" /> <game name="SNK Neo Geo CD" /> <game name="SNK Neo Geo Pocket" /> <game name="SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color" /> <game name="Panasonic 3DO" /> <game name="Pioneer LaserActive" /> <game name="Pioneer Palcom Laserdisc" /> <game name="PopCap" /> <game name="RCA Studio II" /> <game name="Sammy Atomiswave" /> <game name="ScummVM" /> <game name="Sega ST-V"/> <game name="Sega SG-1000" /> <game name="Sega SC-3000" /> <game name="Sega Master System" /> <game name="Sega Genesis" /> <game name="Sega CD" /> <game name="Sega 32X" /> <game name="Sega Saturn" /> <game name="Sega Dreamcast" /> <game name="Sega Game Gear" /> <game name="Sega Mega-CD" /> <game name="Sega Mega drive" /> <game name="Sega Model 1" /> <game name="Sega Model 2" /> <game name="Sega Model 3" /> <game name="Sega Naomi" /> <game name="Sega PICO" /> <game name="Sega Triforce" /> <game name="Sharp MZ-2500" /> <game name="Sharp X1" /> <game name="Sharp X68000" /> <game name="Sinclair ZX Spectrum" /> <game name="Sinclair ZX80" /> <game name="Sinclair ZX81" /> <game name="Sony PSP" /> <game name="Sony Playstation" /> <game name="Sony Playstation 2" /> <game name="Sony PocketStation" /> <game name="Sord M5" /> <game name="Spectravideo" /> <game name="Taito Type X" /> <game name="Taito Type X2" /> <game name="Taito Classics" /> <game name="Texas Instruments TI 99-4A" /> <game name="Tiger Game.com" /> <game name="Thomson MO5" /> <game name="Tomy Tutor" /> <game name="Touhou Project" /> <game name="Ultra64" /> <game name="Visual Pinball" /> <game name="Vm Labs Nuon" /> <game name="Zinc" /> <game name="Future Pinball" /> <game name="Watara Supervision" /> <game name="Vtech Creativision" /> <game name="WOW Action Max" /> <game name="XBMC" /> </menu>
  7. for example, my old C64 xml shows 561/561 in rocketlauncher. and my new C64 xml shows 0/8230 in rocketlauncher.
  8. Hello again, I am in the process of updating my .xml database files and i am finding that some emulators are not recognizing as may roms as the old .xml files. Is this a naming issue, or are the entries just not included in the new .xml file? if it is a naming issue, are there tools to rename roms to match the names in the .xml file? Thanks in advance
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